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Frosty the Ruler... What is Fenn measuring?.... Yes, Frosty was the jerk supervisor boss of the bakery, but there is a double meaning here...

What is Fenn measuring when he states Frosty thought he was the Ruler?!
makes my mind wander here...
Find my post about Lane Frost and Freckles Brown, the Bull riders. I have a "hunch", that this story tags along with multiple meanings.

The catcher in the Rye,
Joe Montana- Notre Dame
Dwight Clark- Catcher
Victor Hugo Hunch
Mount Olivet Cemetary
Rye Colorado. Mount Olivet
Freckles Brown and Lane Frost are buried in Mount Olivet. in Hugo Oklahoma, which was named after Victor Hugo.
Victory Hugo

8 seconds.
On page 8 in the book he is signing a book, as if he were signing his title away...
NOTHING
Pidmt. So you think that Forrest spent 15 years writing a poem that led to his treasure along with stories about his life, and NOTHING is all you can come up with? Man. It must be fun to have that kind of imagination.
Give him an inch and he thinks he's a ruler_______it's a pun

He also implies that Frosty was gay____his voice was higher and it made me wonder about his polarity. What he did when he was off duty was his business.........
I never said it was not a clue but f was not measuring anything
I took polarity as which direction when you get to Frosty
Imagination is more important than knowlege,fenns words not mine
(01-26-2016, 07:57 PM)crazyfamily Wrote: [ -> ]
(01-26-2016, 02:48 PM)Hammertime Wrote: [ -> ]Pidmt. So you think that Forrest spent 15 years writing a poem that led to his treasure along with stories about his life, and NOTHING is all you can come up with? Man. It must be fun to have that kind of imagination.

Hey mr imagination, the question was asked, what was Forrest measuring? The answer IS nothing. You'll have to work your imagination hard for the answer to Frosty.

Well, I can at least add this... the Frosty story and his job at the Bakery is significant otherwise the story wouldn't be in his Book..

Forrest says the "clues" or "hints" are "sprinkled" throughout the Book so there's something there..
Quote: the Frosty story and his job at the Bakery is significant otherwise the story wouldn't be in his Book..

Forrest says the "clues" or "hints" are "sprinkled" throughout the Book so there's something there..

2 thoughts:

1. Mr. Fenn's favorite technique imho is to include so much noise that you need to learn to weed it out to find the real trail. so don't assume everything in the book is useful.

2. Frosty is one of those things that is useful, figuring out why will help you with what i mentioned in point 1.
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